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• #### Fourier transforms on Cantor sets: A study in non-Diophantine arithmetic and calculus

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- Year 2016

Fractals equipped with intrinsic arithmetic lead to a natural definition of differentiation, integration, and complex structure. Applying the formalism to the problem of a Fourier transform on fractals we show that the resulting transform has all the required basic properties. As an example we discuss a sawtooth signal on the ternary middle-third Cantor set. The formalism works also for fractals that are not self-similar.

• #### Simple Fractal Calculus from Fractal Arithmetic

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- Year 2018

Non-Newtonian calculus that starts with elementary non-Diophantine arithmetic operations of a Burgin type is applicable to all fractals whose cardinality is continuum. The resulting definitions of derivatives and integrals are simpler from what one finds in the more traditional literature of the subject, and they often work in the cases where the standard methods fail. As an illustration, we perform a Fourier transform of a real-valued...

• #### If Gravity is Geometry, is Dark Energy just Arithmetic?

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- Year 2017

Arithmetic operations (addition, subtraction, multiplication, division), as well as the calculus they imply, are non-unique. The examples of four-dimensional spaces, R^4 and (−L/2,L/2)^4, are considered where different types of arithmetic and calculus coexist simultaneously. In all the examples there exists a non-Diophantine arithmetic that makes the space globally Minkowskian, and thus the laws of physics are formulated in terms...

• #### Non-Newtonian Mathematics Instead of Non-Newtonian Physics: Dark Matter and Dark Energy from a Mismatch of Arithmetics

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- Year 2021

Newtonian physics is based on Newtonian calculus applied to Newtonian dynamics. New paradigms such as ‘modified Newtonian dynamics’ (MOND) change the dynamics, but do not alter the calculus. However, calculus is dependent on arithmetic, that is the ways we add and multiply numbers. For example, in special relativity we add and subtract velocities by means of addition β1⊕β2=tanh(tanh−1(β1)+tanh−1(β2)), although multiplication β1⊙β2=tanh(tanh−1(β1)⋅tanh−1(β2)),...

• #### Non-Diophantine Arithmetics in Mathematics, Physics and Psychology

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- Year 2020

For a long time, all thought there was only one geometry — Euclidean geometry. Nevertheless, in the 19th century, many non-Euclidean geometries were discovered. It took almost two millennia to do this. This was the major mathematical discovery and advancement of the 19th century, which changed understanding of mathematics and the work of mathematicians providing innovative insights and tools for mathematical research and applications...

• #### Bell-Type Inequalities from the Perspective of Non-Newtonian Calculus

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- Year 2024

A class of quantum probabilities is reformulated in terms of non-Newtonian calculus and projective arithmetic. The model generalizes spin-1/2 singlet state probabilities discussed in Czachor (Acta Physica Polonica:139 70–83, 2021) to arbitrary spins s. For s → ∞ the formalism reduces to ordinary arithmetic and calculus. Accordingly, the limit “non-Newtonian to Newtonian” becomes analogous to the classical limit of a quantum theory

• #### Information Processing and Fechner’s Problem as a Choice of Arithmetic

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- Year 2017

Fechner’s law and its modern generalizations can be regarded as manifestations of alternative forms of arithmetic, coexisting at stimulus and sensation levels. The world of sensations may be thus described by a generalization of the standard mathematical calculus.

• #### Arithmetic Loophole in Bell's Theorem: Overlooked Threat to Entangled-State Quantum Cryptography

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- Year 2021

Bell’s theorem is supposed to exclude all local hidden-variable models of quantum correlations. However,an explicit counterexample shows that a new class of local realistic models, based on generalized arith-metic and calculus, can exactly reconstruct rotationally symmetric quantum probabilities typical oftwo-electron singlet states. Observable probabilities are consistent with the usual arithmetic employedby macroscopic observers...

• #### Crystallization of space: Space-time fractals from fractal arithmetic

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- Year 2016

Fractals such as the Cantor set can be equipped with intrinsic arithmetic operations (addition, subtraction, multiplication, division) that map the fractal into itself. The arithmetics allows one to define calculus and algebra intrinsic to the fractal in question, and one can formulate classical and quantum physics within the fractal set. In particular, fractals in space-time can be generated by means of homogeneous spaces associated...

• #### Application of non-classical operational calculus to indicate hazards in numerical solutions of engineering problems

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- Year 2020

The article addresses the application of non- classical operational calculus to approximative solutions of engineering problems. The engineering-sound examples show that a continuous–discrete problem transformation from differential unequivocal problem to a differential wildcard problem, triggering a change in solution quality. A number of approximative methods are capable to alter both quantitative and qualitative...

• #### Non-classical operational calculus applied to certain linear discrete time-system

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W pracy zastosowano nieklasyczny rachunek operatorów do wyznaczania odpowiedzi pewnego dyskretnego układu dynamicznego. Pokazano metodę szczególnie przydatną do wyznaczania odpowiedzi pewnych dyskretnych niestacjonarnych układów dynamicznych, przy których zastosowanie przekształcenia Z sprawia duże trudności.

• #### Unifying Aspects of Generalized Calculus

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- Year 2020

Non-Newtonian calculus naturally unifies various ideas that have occurred over the years in the field of generalized thermostatistics, or in the borderland between classical and quantum information theory. The formalism, being very general, is as simple as the calculus we know from undergraduate courses of mathematics. Its theoretical potential is huge, and yet it remains unknown or unappreciated.

• #### Determination of the shape of the CFGFT cylindrical column based on laboratory tests

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- Year 2024

Analyses were carried out on glass-fibre-reinforced polymer tube columns with reference to laboratory tests. The angles of the glass fibre beams were 20◦, 55◦ and 85◦. The study employed non-classical operational calculus. Various modulated harmonic signal shapes were considered for columns and tubes at buckling. The buckling loads were assessed and compared for different models.

• #### Impact of diffusion coefficient averaging on solution accuracy of the 2D nonlinear diffusive wave equation for floodplain inundation

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- Year 2014

In the study, the averaging technique of diffusion coefficients in the two-dimensional nonlinear diffusive wave equation applied to the floodplain inundation is presented. As a method of solution, the splitting technique and the modified finite element method with linear shape functions are used. On the stage of spatial integration, it is often assumed that diffusion coefficient is constant over element and equal to its average...

• #### Simulation of Wave Propagation in Media Described by Fractional-Order Models

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- Year 2020

In this paper, algorithms for simulation of the wave propagation in electromagnetic media described by fractional-order (FO) models (FOMs) are presented. Initially, fractional calculus and FO Maxwell's equations are introduced. The problem of the wave propagation is formulated for media described by FOMs. Then, algorithms for simulation of the non-monochromatic wave propagation are presented which employ computations in the time...

• #### Marek Zienkiewiczdr inż.

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Doctor engineer Marek Hubert Zienkiewicz is a graduate of the Faculty of Geodesy, Spatial Engineering and Construction at the University of Warmia and Mazury in Olsztyn. During his engineering, master's and doctoral studies he developed his scientific interests under the supervision of representatives of the Olsztyn geodetic compensatory calculus school. In 2011, he obtained the title of Master of Science in Geodesy and Cartography,...

• #### Długie pociągi

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- Year 2018

Wskazano, że przy wprowadzaniu długich pociągów pojawiają się możliwości, ale i ograniczenia różnej natury oraz problemy do rozwiązania. Inne w przypadku długich pociągów i inne w przypadku ciężkich pociągów. Pokazano długie pociągi, jako szansę na polepszenie bezpieczeństwa na drogach, poprzez ograniczenie na nich ruchu samochodów ciężarowych. Łatwiej będzie w praktyce realizować pomysł „Tiry na tory” Długie pociągi są szansą...

• #### Numerical and quantitative analysis of HIV/AIDS model with modified Atangana-Baleanu in Caputo sense derivative

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• M. Farman
• S. Jamil
• M. Riaz
• M. Azeem
• M. U. Saleem

- Year 2023

Fractional calculus plays an important role in the development of control strategies, the study of the dynamical transmission of diseases, and some other real-life problems nowadays. The time-fractional HIV/AIDS model is examined using a novel method in this paper. Based on the Atangana-concept Baleanu’s of a derivative in the Caputo sense, the current modified fractional derivative operator uses singular and non-local kernels....